Watkins v. Morgan County Commissioner et al
||Jimmy Lee Watkins
||Morgan County Commissioner, Jefferson Dunn, Anna Franklin, Sgt Corriko, Ozbolt, Allen, McVay, Driggers and Brady
||April 27, 2016
||US District Court for the Northern District of Alabama
||Staci G Cornelius
||Abdul K Kallon
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|October 12, 2017
ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS for 22 Report and Recommendation; Having reviewed and considered all the materials in this case the Magistrate Judge's Report is ADOPTED and the Recommendation is ACCEPTED, The court ORDERS that t he following claims are DISMISSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE for failing to state a claim upon which relief may be granted: (1) the plaintiff's claims against the Morgan County Commission and its members; (2) the plaintiff's Eighth Amendment fail ure to protect claim against Sheriff Ana Franklin; and (3) the plaintiff's Eighth Amendment medical claims against defendants Ozbolt, Corriko, McVay, Allen, Driggers, and unknown officers for their failure to provide grievance forms to the pl aintiff; the following claims are REFERRED to the magistrate judge for further proceedings: (1) the plaintiff's Eighth Amendment failure to protect claims against defendant Ozbolt and unknown officers; (2) the plaintiff's Eighth Amendment claims for denial of medical treatment against defendants Ozbolt, Corriko, McVay, Allen, Driggers, and unknown officers; and (3) the plaintiffs retaliation claim against defendant Ozbolt. Signed by Judge Abdul K Kallon on 10/11/2017. (KBB)
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